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   Camden News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1950, Camden, Arkansas                                 i)  mmBATimB  The itemperatiirc tor the 24-hour period etultag at 7 a, in.. Sttlurtlay WUÖ Itigli 05, Low 61. ftaliifull Itlver 24.30 feet. íallUig.  THE CAMDEN NEWS  VOLUME XKX—NJMBER 2<)0  UP» Uiiltfjd Pre.ss  SEUyiNd THE SOUTH’S IDEAL ÍNDUSTfl/AL AREA  W13ATHÎÎII  Ark'.uisiti : tnrm» »hi!? rloudlncs ,i;kI wiirin showfrs lat<* Sunday. Muticlîiy pnrtly cloudy ¡ind cooler.  DAILY 5C-SUNDAY 10c  f wo Producers    GOP Chiefs Io  For Stephens Sector  McAlester Fuel Oil And Harold Dempsey Reach Pay Dirt  Stcphcn.s, April 1 (SpwlflD—The oil nrcn herr rcjwrtt'd two wells bcin« completed and two new project.« Bctilng slurted Ht tho end of the week.  In tlii! Wesson field McAleslor Fuel on Company's R. W. Wesson A-5 In the NW NW SE of seetlon .¿•,'24-15-19 Oiiachllu eonnly perfor-rited ca.slng from '2,735 to 2,743 feet in the oien Rose Knnd. Casing was .set at near 3.200 feel through the Hogii ,mind wllh a total <leiilh of 3.3.')4 feet. A gowl .saturation wa.s reported at a lower lev»*! In an elcctrleal survey. It Is »low waiting on a .special ria to cornplcte.  The T. Hal! Estate In the 8F, SE NE of sec-tlon 3M5-10. drilled by Harold Dempsey i*|. nl but n faihue in the lowf-r formutions, wu.s taken ^over by Marvin A. On/en el al made inti» a nio.ssom sand pr*Klu<-er at approximately 2.200 feet. It is txing ptit on the pump and indieallon.s are that it will Ije a liood pumper from that sand.  In the Curry field H. D. Gray-.'<jn et al have .set ea^lnu at 2,:j4.'i feet in tlie Kate Curry A*1 In (he SE NE SW of Hfction .5-15-19 for a test of the Tokio sand. The test failed in the lower r.mids when drilled to a total depth of 3,500 feet. A drill st^’m te,«^t made a . liow (nnn the Toklo.  ^ Burnell Oil CompaJiy Ttuirsday '. el Mirfatf ( asin|i in iJie Kate Curry IM in lla> NW SW 8E of <>e-tion .')-16-19. Drilling !• now near 2,000 f»«< t.  A wildi-at of Intere* t -is Gordon .Smith's number 1 in the NW NW  I Ci*l. John T. Redding, of Cain-I den. wa*; elx»sen along witJi twenty i other njcn from Elgin Field in Florida to play hi the picture “Twelve O'Clotrk Hiffh.” He play« the part of tlic main gunner on Gregory Peck'.s ulaue. Durin« the picture he U-i hurt and brought out of a plane i on a Ktrelchcr.  1 Cpl. Reddln« wa.s employed by I the Hurley Pri'ntln« Co.. !>eforo he went into .service. He ha.s Jast completed 13 weeks of teletype iiclKiol-ing tuKl will receive Itls sergeant fctripe« Uiis month.  TliLs movie 1« now iihowing at the Rialto tljcatre.  McCarthy Is Called 'Madman' By lattimore  American Denies All Charges Made By GOP Senator  New Vork. April 1 - Owen J. Latlhnore. accused by Sen. Jo-.‘eph McCarthy (R-Wis> of being a master spy for Ru.Hsia. today called McCarthy a ■‘madman" making an [ ••obviou.sly political attack ujwu; tlie stale departmcj)t.'’    '  Lattimore repealed previous de- j nials that there l.s any basis for I McCarthy'.s charges, and said he was eonsuUln^' his lawyers about pos.sible libel action.  Lattimore also brought up Ihe queslion of whether he ever was ,i ■ ,i. I- ci(t;arinnt>. eriipio)f<*.  He said he liad been paid by llje department for taking part in a 1945 reparations mission in Japan.  Chari Campaign For Thb Year  Door-To-Door Job Called For By Republicans  Sail Lake City. April 1 -_</i»)~Rc-publlcan ehieflalns from the mid-1 west and mountain .state.s charted I today door-to-iloor campaigns for inext fall’s election. But they hadn't yet agreed, on a farm program designed to win agricultural votes.  Tlieme of their confer e n e e, which ends Uds afternoon, seemed to be; ••if we can get out the Republican vote we’ll win,"  "A survey I have just finished.” .said Ohio state chainnan Rjty nil.s.s. “show.s more than l.^O.OfK) Uepubllcans in Ohio didrrt vote in 1948. President T r u m a n carried the .state by only about 5.0(J0.  "If we can perfe«'l our organization to turn out the Republican • vote, we can win.”  Roljert K. Goodwin, Iowa slate chairman, .said the parly will cam-' paign on a larin-to-farm basis in Ills Htule's rural area.s.  Severance Tax Aid For Ouachita County  I.ittic Rock. Aijril 1 i/M — Morw; than three-fiuarler.s of a million dollar.s t/Klny wa.s made availaiile to Arkitiisa.s’ (ounti«>s as thelr jKirt of cel t a in t axe.H collected by the .state (lurina- tiie firi>i three montli.s of 1950.  j Arkaii'^a.s Trca.surer J. Vance i Clayton said additional mf/ney will I Ije available next week. Cheek.s to-'talitm S775,'207.79 were nuiiled out n.ilay a-, turn Ijack on gai^oline and ,MneraiK-e tax colle<'tioii.s. i Ouncljita Conirty recevied a $9.-2iK),9l ',^a.^<»line turn back and a ! $:!*..)22.10 severance turn back.  Crackdown On Embassies Is Being Planned  Un-American Group To Investigate For Espionage  \Va tiihulon. April 1 '.I*. -* Tlie liou*»' )in-Amerlean activltie,«; com-jniHee prtifwi.fd tofia,v a crackdown on embassies it .^aid are "it  Alaska Defense Weakest Link In I). S. Armor  Gen. Eisenhower In Statement About Need For Action  Given an **agtire.ssive platf(»rm." ® f'»'a 1 iKiini of Communist espiona^re he said, Ihe R«-publicans can al*h>'’(l propauanda '  traci independenl voters.  National Chairm.in Guy Gabriel-^on urged thè st.ite chairmen and vice chairmen. representing or-ganlzalions in 18 state.*«, lo niake full use of young Republicaii groups and women'<- orgnni/.alions.  Mosi of thè stati' chairmen de-clared to di»« uss a long closed-door Kes.slon held ye.ster(lay alter-noon ón thè farm program. Tom C<ilenum of Wisconsin said il was  'Hir l omnUtliH' also urued stricter law'- io combat spyint; and trea on. ‘ulmosl teamwork" In-• lenii OÍ “prf'tly rlvalr.\” in gov-rrnnii-nt moves auain“! Reds, and ( lo er « he< ks on defense plant uorkc!'«.  'Hie f (’ r f oinniendatlons were mad'' in a cf>mmlHc‘r repiirl U> the liou--»’ on activities last vi-ar. For Ulf Mïi. t part Ihe r»'|K>rt |>res-»■ntfcl tiiumbnail ■.ununaries r>f (ominittt«' liearinus aiwi Invesliita-  •■.spirlled" and intcndi'd to t»rgan i/e tiilnking that would develop H‘ns  into a definite program later.    n*. in:. !<.r atti-ntior., it said, was  Wayne Hood, Wisconsin state I "ii (V.nununi l aciivH> in the fi#-ld  iniiiio. * Ilf ! ■    , '  bv Colon G. “ "H-morandum  NW of 4”ÏÏon’-M^15-l9‘"iu'r    i"    pan«-l dlscii-^stoii of China  test i** belné; drilli-d Davi.  In the Smart field Bibby and At-_kbi“ are placinu tln ir W I.. Hnuirt *nnniber I on Uw' pump from the Toklo rianU al ;u-ar 2,5tX) feet, in .'^eclion 14-15-20 Columbia couniv.  In 1949, he said, he took part in ,    |„ Wiscon-iu ''-I !>^nu. sinc e  on his views. Last June, he ‘-aid. he gave a leettire to ftate de|»artmenl t>er.son-nel on Japanese problems.  Except ffir these instances, he ¡said. ‘I have and have iia<i no I conneelion witli the department " ! McCarthy has said tliat his whole I.‘'Cries of charges against lia- state i liep.irliiifni 'hat it 1m».^ .'>7 carit-carrying itommuni.iU* in Us employ — would stand or fall on his branding of Laitlmore as a Connnuniht ■spy.  LalUmore made the "madman"  dent ha.s „0 Jnti>ntlon of dodging,    ‘’J « madman,  any of the queries Umt will con-frcrtit all oUier Amcrlcuns in the enumeration of the population for 1934/.  The President Is to be Joined by hl.H wife and daughter. Margaret, later in the day. Tliey ore taking a i  Truman Ready To Give Census Facts  want a farm prowram that will !}«• fair not only to all farmers but to all Americans, ■  "liiere Is one thing that we will not sub>( ritje to in Wiscon.'in," h<- added, "'niat Is any farm program whi(h will proxide fines or jail peiuihir ior an> farmer who want" to farm independently oi a controlled farm economy."  t>abriei on ‘«.tifi a ta press < ouf*-r-ei!(f llial Ih'Tc i\ "no fjueslion ■ but ulia! Sen RoixTt A TalS of OiUo will t>e reelected f»abriel <m alMj repitrted Ilcpub-liian iinai’.ee have tak»’n .» turn lor the better, but he yave no fi^-! ures.  ‘•¡he committee  i I - >)j- ! st-'f ' ot.c oi tliy 010.? íl(>¡ifil> we;i[K>n Í in tiie h.>tif!' '■{ îhi> Àinci it .ili Communi-t' if tiìf prc'-f'iì! tiiiK’ ■  "ExpiTlc-ni !• diuiiK' Ul*' p.t‘!  ■ » • i ¡' ■    I-. iin n. ,!*( <■ .-..i :<1,  ' i»;t ■ doinonstraicd that »he ein-  b.s    Ili foioniuni''-fioiniiuiîffi  ( Olü.’ric roi! Uttlti- a foi ;il point ni C iiuuuiu t I' pioli.igi' .iiui prop-.»;;ai.!Îa .‘^ui Is ai Un.l'i’fi propiT  Washington. April 1 ¡/P. - General Dwight D. Eisenhower pointed to Alaska as the w'eake.'it link Jn thf nation’s defense tod.'iy ¡md called for incren^ed military out-la.\s there and elsewhere.  nie wartime allied comntander put Alaska at Ihe top of a If.si calling for spending of from $300,-0()(l,00i) to $;)»() 000 000 in.'ir(' fiurii!” Ihe ne:<l fi.cal year than the .$14,-000.OiH) pin; HNk'ii oi (<nu;rt'.^-, h;. Press<li>nt Truman.  El.cnliower's re(fHnmenda lions, j liiiuic in ,i Ic'iiT to fn,,! iririati F!l-* mer Thomii>i iD-Okla* of a senate j appropri.'itiotis sulxommiltee .li.sf-. ed toj) priority itnns thi.s way .  "A Giirri'Oii iii Alaska, i aiHi .irmv eqinpini’nl and reiiiior« c-mer.t of our aiui ubmarinf ia< lii-ties •  Cailmr' lor .'in iiiaiual outlay oi Si,50(1 (1(10 (ti,o ! ,: , I'iiUii, bu\ 1! '  b>' she iiir lore' F^rcnho'.MT  Uiiri;*‘tl that thi liould not l)c tionc li.v    lunrl- ¡or IIh- nav'.- or  army Let: 1-l.itioti pcTuiiir.' in tlic Jtl.S-W.OOO.OOO for |)lai>f purc hase . and Ki cnliosvrT uiiuki iiicrcac  thi." I)v    (lOO.rMKi  TlKinia -. ( h.tllmail ol thr pu; --c-struu* '.'rr.\ip, tol(i .! rfpoi'<T he Woulil per onall\ iu>!>"r; th» Ki cn-Imwi'! piopo-.ij  Tin p<-i iiii- r*''oiiiinfiulation from F:i    v.'tw prc-Klcnt  of T’oluinbi.. unr.cr l'^■, < arrn-d out his    i.i I Wi'dnc <la\ to tlic  >pn.<’ioii . oinimtiet; ill r| ill : <• ;iir toiiiion’. r    ''(i Mi F,i cu  ll il tin - IDUi;-  •iiiJ oiiic lita-,  ilrV,  Forest Fires Caused | Heovy Damage In State  I Little Rock, April 1 •Vl'''. - A total rif 1.A70 fires burntHl over 43,325 acres of Arkan.sas tiinberland dur-infi March, the state forestry division said today.    ' F. H Martin, information tlirec-; lor for the division, said this total was almost four times the amount destroyed during a similar period Inst year.  Major losses during the rnonlii were in the Ozark. Eureka Springs and Salem areas, Martin said.  He .said that more than .M).000 acres have iieen burned over during 1950.  Limping Tax Collections Fhreat To Budget  indications Of A Cut Of A Billion Dollars Predicted  Wa hitiirtoi!, .^p^ll I !'  srii.i'c He aft.-r hov cr ir', h'  Ili !i.  Ic  til, k I I  u'l ■  n. i.ii  .MU >  i'lia’' pc( I li iüdii (ii ,iî lili*<l il !|)r pdlir n¡  ^ I- ! 1111  ■ lili .1 . urj>! U¡(! Ill- Ail  i!'i': lii'Ui.-i;:li Isi ...  • us III,MS  miii  lr,,ii  ry iioold l)c I  Iir;;uii ! (is stern- :  tu  iitii  . su-.r Ilicr*  I «'li '■  w.'i'' no iV'üiSîi’n,-1 Din tin! tec  iiiii»- iimr  'pionauc  u:  til.  >t hi h  IÎ1C  aid ÜÎC for  nui' !  In a ' pee< li last night Gabrirlson ‘ d 11.ere ha\ e l>een  train lo Miami and will motor from Miami lo Key West, accoin-Apanied by Rear Admiral Robert L. “Dennison, the President’s naval aide.    /  Some lime tills aflenioon. the ceiusiLs laker ~ a local one —will op aro them.  he i^ald.  A.sked If the word madinwi" charge referred tu McCarthy, he replied:  "McCarthy Is Uie man who has been talking about me."  Prci^-d fcr a dlret-t ur-wer  ’.said the state department ! p.tUietic" with C o m in u ¡^1 f^lnri tttid IHU h»» eneat I n. ^al disaîtler ■ Ui Amer eimn policy.  ly-  ,*J u  syin-;lh Ul • Tolo r-  ^•c‘U<n;s lor a 10-*,car  >11  0 pre e.il  o to  ..k(  thrcM-  pro- ecutin« t)c a mend-some sif;;-iimit. ¿¿«i  II  <rict , Tlie  from Wa.shington | whether he meant McCarthy, he the 187 mile trip noddeil sllently.v  Laltiinore returned by plane after a mif...sioji to Afghani.slaii Wid promptly called McCarthy a "base and miserable creature."  At the news conference he: said lUiiit Mc<2arUiv's eharge.s were drop around to question the Uiree |    ..,,^j^ely; lrre*.pon.sibly and  '^* '"t’ln.    i libelouslv." and added:  It l.s the flr.n day of Uie cctXHrn j ..jj «,;,.i,odv han sworn tluit 1 taking, called for In a Prwla'^a- ,    nu.-mUcr of  iion by the Pre.sldent. In that pro-    nu-uiwt-r u.  clamatin. he pledged that all an-.'^er.s would be confidential, Uiat Uiey could ncA be used In Income »tax, criminal, hnmlgrato of ioUier investlgrtlion.s. He s a i d It Vkix:, the duty of all to co-operate.  He Invited the eensus taker around on opening d y to set an example lor other eltczens,  Soint' of hb answers could be forecast In advance.  He is 05. white, the head of a iiuui.ehold and a native of Lamar.  Mis.sourl.  A elli/en. he wa.s doing la.sl week what he l:s doinji today, serving u.s ■■hlef executive of his coiuUry.  “ He i.sn't looking for a job, al least for a couple of years.  He I.sn't temporarily absent from I1I.S job. .since the White House l.s where the President is.  He w'orks, he nays, anywhere from Iti to 18 hours a day when in the regular While House In Wash-Inglon.  the Communist parly, he Is a per-1 ed by 195H jurcr. He .should be pro.secuted lo Howard Eirtienbaum. Lltlle Rock the llnill of Uie law."    ' architect, who assisted In drawing  McCarthy's original charges ¡«‘6 plans said he hopes contracts against a ’ "muster spy" In    ' ‘  .stale . department were made    ,, , ,  fore a .si.-nate comniUtee. He did! I’re.c,,! piaite call lor bulldlnp  Medical Center Work Scheduled  Little Hock. April 1 T. ~ Ci*!i-i«tru( lion will beghi next fall on the $5,400.000 Lfnlverslty of Arkiin*  .‘‘as medic.il center.  Tills was announced today v |ih .................. ......... ....  the showlnu of archllct te plan.- for    ireaiiVnr'and‘rh."'V naitTes  the proje« ! wliich will Ik* built near the presei t site of the Little Rotk unit of the .itate huspttal for nerv-ou.s diseases.  ComplelaiD of Uie unit Is expect-  ' Vi nil  r'rt .salii ‘ AC have lound toii.  :< Io? Usi of roiiiniunlst opera- ,  cs who have committee ai l ,,f ljun.aii c pls.iu»: e at»! tren» hery in fh»> intere ' oí .t foreign power have rein.dned ¡nuiiune to pur.i hmeiit due to thf> pre.enl h»rm oj the ■Miu’.e <1 Ujni’.itS;»ns,’’  Be« .use* of the tlnu la«,r there wuH nt. ihniai*. for iii'tatiee, oi hnngn w e s p i o nave rh.trges auaiir ( any of ihe ¡»eopii whom former Communist Conner Whlt-takei Chambers accu t d of cervini; .!* a pre-war S^JViel '•py nn«.  Hie eommittee said the definì  0:;e |)ei uli..n!'. s! , tai,lisl)!!ier,! 1- th.it it 1-- onl> .1    .1  liiil-;.' he warr.ff!  • 111 spite o! :iii-  -tin iM'heve tlKit -oil Aia-k.i t- 'o ui.P'.!:  • hould tie CO»' ifieSi o othiTs i»*> it', tjllle  ..o. t.ainc Ul.- -sp.N Uan.    ! »" e^ht Jorv Iw.spUal unit proyid-  'In-,' for 4«) beds and an out-patlcni However, he gave    ^ 1 elinie wih an annual capacity «if  name lo ucw.snien in olf-the-ree-,  ord .slutenients, aM the lact that j    200 bed unit is In-  Lattlmore was. -MeCarthy .s allcp-d ^ j ij.ter pliin.H, master spy was made public la.st    ^  Sunday.  Unemployment At Turning Point  be incorporated inte the original con.struetlon will be a loO*bed children's « Hule. It will Lv icnown «H the William Bnchaiiait pavilion for children. A grant 0.' #500.000 recently wa turned eve.' to the University of Arkansas for the hoiiplial.  that go wuh it, should tie broad-eneil so Hf. to cover not only a (»eriiKl of actiia! flk'htlru but al>«i ■ a period like the present coki war ’  A iwdite nudte was iveii to Pre*i<ieiit Truman to e:r • hi*^ b.m on h'tiuig i'oisj^ressloiuU comiiilt-!|e^ ;.:et .i look at 'f^overntnei.f loi, ■ ally and ln\e. tU'alive tile-- l ike  •¡S'    ,f,. - yin ,    I    « . i  ftalini' ehar'ic^ of C,'omniiiiii ! pes,-etr.iitoii ijI Ihe tale <iep,irtiiieiit. tlie un-American acti\itii - »oni-niUti-e aliu has been ti.rneU down when il has asked lor !d« s  Jesup Granted Access To Atomic Data  Washington. April I • «UP* Ambits ador-a? L.irge Phtlip C Jes-  'ci.t ‘al >•!<•  ec oiiili ' 4«-*iroUp le-UI 1 • up uroups 0! t . reserv«-. iiut la-these aircraft .•in, Eisenhower s.. L-'etUnu one ".n.o ' ' his testnnort;.  • nuKlerni/ation > army equipnn.it He said rci ( 1 ' '■ had iKnorcd ifa • •'Ijecau-e of ir. ■ in other thrci lior.  "llie time h.t < cannot alforti 1< 1 nuxlernl/.ation o: tanks, anti-.urei.lit .1 les.' weapon ai,'i class*- ' hli he sau!  ■at  I:  Y i:  1-.- 1..  : ■ s  Washington. April 1 - Offl-  claKs .said today that Uie natlon'H .•ipurt of Joble.s.snes.s reached a and  OVKII 20« NKW FIK.Mïi  .^rthur Shea To Head V.F.W. Post  Arthur C. Sliea wa.s elect* (I com- ' inalHler of the Stokeley Morgan l‘ost No, 253a of the Veterans of l'^u•e^gM War.*^. ut the unn'iid elee-Tion Iw ld Friday night. He .suceec<ls iioy WeHlbrook. Mr. Shea is a veteran of the World War 11 and wa.s sls'tloucd in Ihe European theater lUi the AAF.  ^ Other officers elected by the po.st were:  ■tc r’' 1^- Builoei:. .'-cuior vice conjiiiaoder: James A. Miller, junior vice commander; S. D. Poster, Jr., (puirtcrma: ter: M, Sgt. Char-li s Ii. lkillln;a:er. post ndvoeafe: A. H, llarner. chaplabi; T. L. Hol-lin!{swui'U), suryieon: J. B. Elll.s, tru.'^lec fur one year and Jamch W. Miller, tru.stee (or tlul'e years,  *Jaycees Meet At Monday Noon  Tile Ci.iind';n Junior Obnnibcr of CsMmntreo will 'bold its regular tncijtUiii Xtoitdsiy noon ui Uvo Orlando Ho'-ol .  Pmiidc:' t, Claruubo Orftlx>rt urtrcs all liicanlwrA to be prcrtmt for Mio meetli>tf, thf*. first In tlu^ce  aiomte information in connection with hH new duties Jn the slate department, the department said toliaV  Lltlle Rtvk. April 1 '.i*. - More j Jessup has been ,n cu-«nl by Sen than 30<i Incorporatloiui have been Jo epls R. .McCarthy, <R.Wts(, ot turning-point In March and will i filed In Arkan.saii during the tlrsi liaMut; an •unusual affinity" tor yield to a strong neasonal Improve-■ three nontlis of I960. Secretary ol Communist causes aiul wiih ijeitig inent this month.    'State C G. Hall said today. Hall‘a "duiM-" and • siooKe" of Owen  llie firm tone of sales and Dro-' "“‘‘‘    corporation.s quail- l.alllmore .McCarthy s »ys I altl-  lo do/bu.-^lness in Uie slate more 1. a S..viel spy Jessup has  r^id in tndiW’^SvHy. Ted \o!    Via'.ch.    denied the ehar.es,  a general view in the admlnl.stra-tlon that no ‘einergency • lyjKt*’ action by the government i.s needed.  But some long range planiUng wa.s under way. on a when-and*lf* nee<led basis. Organtxed labor «'as calling for fa.ster aeliou. AikI .some tentlmeiU for standby antl-depre.s-.slon lawH was stirring In congress.  Tills general concern over Jobs, at a time when business volume la close to Its all-thne high. Is proujpt-cd by:  1) Poreeast.s Uiat Ujo spriiui decline bi idlencs.^ will be followed by a mUlsunimer peak of ijcrhap.s  5.000.000    unemployed.  2i Uucrtlcial es'iiiiites thit the  year-long average will Iks about  4.000.000,    or .some 6 1-2 per cent of the work forcc. It was 5.5 iier cent la.st year and 3.4 per cent In 1918.  3» Ab.sence of any clear sign that Uj0 country can absorb many nioro than 1,000,000 of the 1,700,000 now workers leaving school Uds year and In later years.  Congress, which got into a flur-; ry about employment a year ago, j j is showing renewed Interest. Sena*, tor Douglas (D*I11) ts backUig a;  I $2,200.000,000 plan for loans and grants to idevolop distressed areas.  Senator Murray <D-Mont) plans to re vivo the proposed **econojnio expansion act'* apot^v..» by him anti n other senutow. It «»tao w^miIcI  ''..|.., :i. I  .....¡“I 1 «S.  'A'..«n ; w.  tl'.e ('. 11; iUiip iiu:i J F M.; l . i i n. •: .  l*-a, :.u»s:i ; f..  I iXsulliC  ,tro|H-r v.  <• R H. '  A1IÎ S>c tri .•sul Will h.. .i„cr  Ih.'-e :<-t !i\e .  ■    ' I  le th<  ; N!, I \! . M  V  Mi  \U  Anthony Plans Oil Test Near City Limits  Well Known Bearden Man To Drill Well Off Maul Road  (iir;,i!,fl    of Ijcanltni. In  ■""¡ir.; u','    M1.IÍ îiaier.'v' »'»  'i’s ’ :•    ÎI r ■; '< fur the  fi' - ; N , I    . <! 'si- r ci.'er <>t  SI I I    H\V : i. Si cMoii 15  <■  M-,:.: Ii     CITED BY    CHURCH -    ■ (¡en.      .5.1 e¡,ti L    olili. -o.e.-...    I s.      Af rny rinef '    ,f -s .,?! h<-          tr. tiie L'lii',''’    r- It- 1 ‘ •.I.'ri    ' 1 1      us Kii fs/    ■ A”    1 : '1 J'ij      f;,:i,oIli- l.iv:    ,.lî.    !!e !P      till ''i8!ll f- 1    p,.T • r {.          Melai, V.UH    ■i. V. 1 If. .    ,, Î ■ esJ      lien»' I’    11)1.',, 1.-,' * -.r..         n w-vt, iii/r  off  ■ . ai.out ÎI • (1-iWII I >Wli  'ne  ir.d  Of  •hi c.itfi.c'c! tii(i;v, to 1 11* biais enu( ' .1 liillion dollars <u m' l<iu the .idrninisti-atioir e t;  Dep'.te .1 parli’, nil.cttii. in ii-deral .'pendinu. ila’i> siL'ii the 20Verniiient m:i’-_ rvrn (iei'pcr in the red  .SÔ .VMI UIKt.OOU I'rc ideili Trtlin ¡nrei il .! tor this ii .i al v(-i: n><- turn lor the wor-c uriviTiiinenf ; linaiicial oiitlo' tire 'o iut c an iin))iii t m < ' inr.,ii I ii:, iflera’iio!! oi la 'A III'-'    t.ix iCL'I ^¡,l ! Kill  Olii, i.li -rev ...,| !h;,t !|l.-.rii- III in. Mine ta x p.i-.'inen’ ,,i,>ur,<l ;l)e (le.uihiie ,M,ii( ii ],,,t \e! J)een I Iinillh tell. ,i!, ’lie ;,i;;-eiti! <mint next wee’K li tile pic! ure i Í- ■ S1SÍ p    s.  I'- 1)1  pin;,.:.  IS, 'ill  ,ü. h II  Hr !;,l  .k -A.I  If. i;..  Ill! Ì •  Amvets To Meet On Monday Night  H..1' -on n ';v  lu  .1 f.iM.  !..■ .-\!P  North Atlantic Groups Confer  Î■ M.i    1,:>- Ne‘J;eri,t  ; .. ,    li.sis. .■ r,-',  *'■’ ■A‘i■ .• ' ua I ¡on:  C .• Ui ics  I.  it V..',iKfs'  0 ervat'.oT., I e deSer. e ill .i:^t 'hat H the  • tliil illipoî'!-  Prcs Kicii* •Mon im- ,1 •I « e b.li kcil '■>1 "larti or eo !ii,,! i,il n.oiieriii/eO .'•uueii tur-  ’ poatr- ill ;e-u.iv the  I : ..;n tvpe.. ,il  I :• 1. e buiiuct-teijuii enient .(Hiii.' priuritu-  tune when we r fo (iehiv til. ueh tvpc- ,, tr'lUerv. recoil-the \‘aMoii-cfjuipment  Changes Announced By Paper Company     poor ii:    week il ■      :'|.,|e(i, il,,'.. 'iliî (!r,.p -I    \c! 'h .• :• . (K)(| 111)11 (MMi -,      00(1 ijeln'A T,    (■ r      >o itjlllt ’. • (    ■ni.HS-!      .'.oiiiii ije    vn e; Ijii :      Î •. e.i : w    i, , .Is;.,      ■ *'! o-r till    I)ll!h:■ It • '      ' i;e \ ,    •ipt >p      : one ,'Xp    ert iiSi:>i; i      '¡il iinai ’.lentii:: ! ani:i      iliSo W'l.., ,    no' a< ir,-.ri      0.000 IK)0 •    l/ln, (KMi («1H      C e ■ iniale    • - .1 ' .(1 'lì.. •      "!<i<. rcüec ■ ' ^ ¡ ' .1 i I.          espt iiíii!,¡rc    ( !lt . - Î a      • ' • » I Í > i * • I I • 1 1  M.'tt, n ¡hr          hilhsj          •ta- -piUcM          ■ ‘iltuie-, ,nd    . , O'm IKO Mil      :'.on is ai;;e    .teii !' ■: ii'-X ■      inSi î: M.ir,!          !•,! m ¡he i-e          : tho    U.'i;"' ,ie:*.>i:      .%t,.ri 11 _'!i.    p;i , i '      ■*T tile in.i    :s il ! 1      iitht !he sni ,    miii ■ . ^ ■ < .1      • ' hin,i.\          imp < enterei    .Î .1' '!,• p.i'i-      1 orpor.i’iiit    1. ■;.(■ I'C, ÌJ.      it" e tax 1)    :i; : : - ■ ík'-¡      tn taxes    1 1 HI      -;c!aTai!'.    1 .      :i iaj ie-- p, ,    i"' ■      •- <•!' '. i.u n t    •¡.1 I      t'. .Mardi I'    •!;. . i).i      : the innl.'il          S. 1“ per It    i.' 1», ¡. 1. : > '      ’ the pi-no,!    'in I ! .      ¡ící;.ui l.f!    ,! :■ i Ule-,      i.'i liC.'ir!’. e    1 ; ,1) . ! «      • tnaii c'-t ini.i    : I ■ . -, H1 1 ■ ■ 11 : !      me (ieehne  f »• I k t 1 ’    U,'T -l.e pn^      » . { {) t i < r ct-nt ¡i.r    ; .i! !. ^1      ourcc'. ,,i II    », , <i ti'M'      .'ioUc<i !a;t,    Si ■ \i, f .1 k , .e .     Mayor Proclaims Seal Sale Week  il; .lii !oI I- .s euard •nsi'-, *re;i  1 ;e;,s,. í,.,n¡s  .•h..irn.:.n  e-M%* .. !•  :e,= h-.  !he  ä »' ; ■ .  I. \: WMM'i \  WlUs'Ht \-  President May Propose Farm Bi  Senator Seeks To Revive Policy  \S .. Jiuc.tton. Arpi'i Ì    A  ,) ‘¡n,, . u --eaator ,k i:.' ' «  ' '!• re\ ive ;i.^ 1 ’ i -.i : to! I'iUlS (). ii..  Wrh t«o-p,,¡ ¡\    I,  ..ïî.iiî brillìi.' '  Ui 'Is*' Sui'ore n\i-i 'i.e »o ■t.'te »* c p .1 M 111, ¡.; ,:■• i '. ' .i  .s.'t. I'..: H Alex.,;:, I    1  .S.I ' ’.-'Ui .1 re|)ii,' i, ; ;.i *; ■  ■.VliKh-l' \> D-  WHI ’H! . \ '  He-  ’ il ,:i  in-  nU';i:!'! . u-     .iiiiuin    î't: it ion a* i                  .II" »•; li. .1!;    ! r • tiiäii-r« ¡i    '    ,    ■ " ^KKK      He  liei    ..lal tìnti ii, ! the en.lie    “.I.    I '    '■      ( ullitn    i'tee- h<* h.,        . ri » S, ,    ' e. ■ ■      i.t: 1 Al l.c |.>! .    ■Ì Ht.i'e .\.i,l *<l. .ulv Í .er I oüîefcnec-    ’htUi    Ì t’ ii    wt'i      in'-.* .    ■ U.t' ,.t .,;e'    : iU,'    Uu- it.jt         11' )  Keel  I jipt •  George L. Byars Buys Property  Pontiff Suffering  Youthful Negro Airman FfQIT! FotlflUB Given Highest Award    ^  \ i:  M' il  Hii ’.c' I*:..  pump  dovelf  federal nuida into induatrlal npmont  S of .^rkilI’oiiiiu.jisioiial ST\TI. IHGHWAY .MI.I IIM.  AHKAVSAS. (ilKlUI* TO SKFIC RK KIJXTKiN’ — Mi mbt  delc!:4nUor siiin election plfdnes awl ciiscus.s ci.muvi*    .us fhin* mt‘ft m Washing  ton, March 29. The state’s sevcMt i'epre.st?u‘«livt'K nutl one senotoi , 'n l<* roeloc' fjon. tci right, sentod’ W, F. Narroll, B:ookh Huvs and Snnnfor J. Willium Ful-  < 'ill It ' t H.! i, u .    Í -    ■ • •*.  Hreine-s.: W >    - iv.i;    * - « ; '    !'■.> S i  i.'A.U'u    S 'i' I ■ \|,s i!',.;. > ' <■ .  Hi m I,-s.    . J'-' n . 1, . . ->n. ' ; n:-iee.,. S .  ni.tiUil.;.'    -'¡.I • Use t',>uael<! ' 's' n p> -, •*  SiU'-UU    'is. I. e .îîd ,«i the !»•:; ' tSOi;- '■ :  al.si ä'h    ! , ■ ' 'I I  rii, ........» . , ... II.,I, I . 3. J. Farobough Heods  Comdc» Credit Bureau  liiU Ciu oi.    4lt neat  M.irch l.! H.ile    hiirueo i *'    - . e>f  verely liurinu tlie u- cue yiut i stili under medicui trenlmeni  :» ' -C-.  briifht.  O  S  Î  nnding: C. G. ÍÍathings, Boyd Tac^etl, Will*ar D Milis, Jnmo* VV Trimblo H FTarrjp . All art* Dfmôcints ÍÁP Photni  l.i'.tie Rock, April I »V nié Aikati as hltihwiiy cuinnn am will  niect here April 21 to .«waiii mui-.    ...v...... »imi d«    ^    ^  tracts uir proJc*ct.s lol.tUng >onu*j A natlv«* o( Hi IjhUs m»« HmU- i f r ,ô-.i p.-    V'N   

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